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  • Update: Valencia Road project

    Jul 24, 2019 | Read More News
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    On Thursday, July 25 and Friday, July 26, between the hours of 6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Pima County Department of Transportation along with their contractor, The Ashton Company, will begin paving side streets south of Valencia Road.
    The work will consist of paving the side streets within the project limits south of Valencia Road, leading into the subdivisions, to the newly paved Valencia Road.

    Crews will continue working on the westbound lanes as well as on curbs and sidewalks, concrete landings, channel linings, handrails and inlet headwalls throughout the project.

    Residents can expect lane restrictions including minor delays. Flaggers will be directing traffic throughout the work zone. Please approach the area with caution and obey all traffic control devices.

    In the event of mechanical failure or inclement weather, the construction schedule is subject to change.

    The Regional Transportation Authority is a state-established political subdivision within Pima County that collects a half-cent excise tax from the RTAs special taxing district. The tax funds the RTAs 20-year regional transportation plan, which voters in the district approved in May 2006 along with the excise tax. To date, the RTA has invested over $1 billion in the region to deliver transportation projects and services that improve our region’s mobility, safety, economic vitality and quality of life.

    The Valencia Road project, Wade to Ajo is part of the RTA plan and is managed by Pima County. Please visit for more information.